October 19, 2021 Subject:
Hmm, interesting, I did not know THAT. Here's a start for you:
William Tyndale, 1526
John 13:1 Before the feast off ESTER when Jesus knewe that hys houre was come, thatt he shulde departe out of this worlde vnto the father. Whē he loved his which were in the worlde, vnto the ende he loved them.
John 18: 39
Ye have a costome amonge you, that I shulde delyvre you won loosse at ESTER. Will ye that I loose vnto you the Kynge of the iewes.
14 (Hitt was the Saboth even which falleth in the ESTER FEST, and aboute the sixte houre) And he sayde vnto the iewes: Beholde youre Kynge.
31 The iewes then because it was the Saboth evē that the bodyes shuld not remayne apon the crosse on the Saboth daye (For that Saboth daye was an HYDE DAYE) besought Pilate that their legges myght be broken and that they myght be taken doune.
William Tyndale, 1530
Ge 29:7 And he sayde: lo, it is yet A GREAT WHYLE TO NYGHTE, neither is it tyme that the catell shulde be gathered together: water the shepe and goo and fede the.
Ge 29:7 And he said, Lo, it is yet HIGH DAY, neither is it time that the cattle should be gathered together: water ye the sheep, and go and feed them.
a day of celebration; festival (esp in the phrase high days and holidays)